This brand’s personal care and pantry products are good for you and the planet

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Now more than ever, people are trying to get ahold of household essentials. But while people are grabbing the most dire products, it’s also not lost on some shoppers to still shop sustainably.

The brand Public Goods is where sustainability and affordability meet. At budget-friendly price points, you don’t have to choose between cost and the planet. Whether it’s household goods, vitamins, personal care or groceries, every page on the site explains how the products are sustainable. One of Public Goods biggest eco-friendly routes to maintain sustainable products is by using bamboo and sugarcane. From the brand’s bamboo toothbrush to tree-free toilet paper, paper towels, and household cleaning products (and their packaging) every product has a breakdown of what’s in it.

As for the brand’s food supply, you can nab products like pasta, soup, condiments, spices and snacks, all with cruelty-free packaging. Not to mention, there are separate options for vegan and vegetarian members.

What’s great about Public Goods is that you can either shop per product or you can get a membership to consistently have items delivered. Either way, you can grab everything from essential oils to hot cereal in one clean swoop.

Shop some of the best essential goods below:

Shop: Ground Coffee, $6.50

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Shop: Tree Free Toilet Paper, $6

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Shop: Black Currant Candle, $5.95

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Shop: Tortellini Dried Soup Mix, $7

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Shop: Hand Soap, $4.50

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Shop: Scrubber Sponge, $3

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Shop: Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies, $5

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Shop: Surface Cleaner + Refill Kit, $7.50

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Shop: Bamboo Overnight Pads, $3.50

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